The three supes staged a lie-in for this Bruce Weber cover story.
The legendary actress lounged atop a mink coat in a London hotel.
High above Central Park in his duplex penthouse, the Bronx-born king of minimalism kicked back.
File this one under TMI: “My butt is naturally hairless,” the designer told us.
The fur-draped Napoleonic bed in the Rome apartment of Valentino’s right-hand man doubled as dinner seating.
Strange bedfellows! The master of wit with his girlfriend Erin Fleming, neighbor Alice Cooper, and Bosco, a stuffed gorilla.
History (of a sort) in the making: This was the infamous shoot where Madge met her Brazilian boyfriend Jesus Luz.
The heiress and designer- jeans impresario told us that she wakes at 5 a.m. every day.
The Mr. & Mrs. Smith costars played house in Palm Springs, California.
“When I have trouble sleeping, I read adventure stories,” said the French actress.
“He even takes his tea like that,” Betty said as the couple relaxed at home in Paris.
The model and the actor in their New York apartment early on in their romance.
The actor-rapper-comedian took on another role for us at a Santa Monica motel: model.
Fresh off playing Edie Sedgwick in Factory Girl, the British actress of the year bent over backward in her Miu Miu heels.
The model, muse, and designer relaxed in her Manhattan apartment.
Warhol’s favorites (from top) enjoy life outside the Factory.
Steven Klein captured the couple—shall we say “frolicking”?—while they were living in Madrid.
“The first thing I do in the morning,” said the Italian actress, “is put on my music—Vivaldi!” It was the soundtrack in her home—a former convent in Milan.
Jacobs, seated in the guest room of his Paris abode, was enjoying his independence: “I don’t feel the need to be with one person all the time.”
The laid-back star lolled around the Pacific Palisades house she shared with then husband Chris Robinson.
Having reading material close at hand was important to the designer. “I have a marvelous collection of old fashion magazines,” he told us.